Sparkman HS Reopening Plan
On July 22, 2020, all three school districts in Madison County announced that due to the ever-increasing numbers of positive COVID-19 cases in Madison County, all instruction will be conducted remotely for the first nine-weeks. The District will also be providing additional information to families on July 31st.
Students still will have the option of continuing traditional face to face instruction or selecting remote learning in the form of virtual classes once school is reopened. Below is the link to the District's reopening plan along with the link to the form for parents to sign their students up for remote learning if they want their child to continue virtual classes once school is reopened. Parents should only complete the Virtual Enrollment Form if they want to enroll their child in remote learning. Students that are not enrolled in virtual learning will automatically be in traditional learning- providing they have enrolled their child for the 2020/2021 school year.
Questions regarding our upcoming virtual classes can be directed to Mr. McMickin at email@example.com or Laurel Kasmai at firstname.lastname@example.org. Parents of special education students, please contact Mrs. Reid at email@example.com. Below is an informational video to help assist with questions parents may have regarding remote learning through Sparkman High School.
The video below is a demonstration for parents and students of what SchoolPLP will look like once students log in. This is to help parents and students have a better understanding of the program that students will be using for our virtual classes for this upcoming year. Click the picture below to go directly to the video.
This page will be updated as new information is made available.
Here are the Course Listings for the Sparkman Virtual program - Remote Learning